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Bob Domestic Short Hair Cincinnati, OH
- Gray & White
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats.
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One day a concerned woman contacted STAF to let us know that a "beaten up" cat had shown up at her house. We rushed to her home to trap Bob and got him to the vet right away. All of his battle wounds treated, he was neutered and brought to safety at our shelter. We weren’t surprised to find that this handsome grey and white boy tested positive for FIV, the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus, which is passed among free-roaming cats out fighting for territory and food. Now in good care and health, Bob’s condition is not life threatening and is not transmissible to human companions. Bob is now in a room living the life of luxury among some other kitty mates and we expect him to live a full and happy life in a loving home. He is still a bit shy while he is getting to know his new surroundings, but pretty soon, the only thing Bob will be "fighting for" is who's lap he will sit in!
Cat adoption information and application can be found at www.staf.org.
All cats and kittens have been vet-checked, spayed/neutered, and are up-to-date on vaccinations. Adoption fee includes carrier, scratching pad, starter pack of food and litter, and toy. We prefer kittens be adopted in pairs. We offer free advice anytime about your adopted cat. If, for any reason, it doesn't work out, we will take the cat back, anytime in the future. Potential adopters must be interviewed in person, at the shelter, and live within 150 miles of Cincinnati. We will ask you to return to the shelter for a second visit to be sure of your decision. Sorry, we do not ship our cats or kittens! Please email Jean at email@example.com for more info. on adopting!
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- Domestic Short Hair
- Gray & White
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